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How ftpd does work

Hi, 

 

I created some files in the /home/ftp, then I wanted to retrieve them from windows so I typed ftp://board_adr/ (ftp://board_adr/) in the browser but I got an error message, 

I tried to see the ftpd options and I didn&#39;t understand how to use those commands (user, pass, port, pwd, retr, ...) but I&#39;m not so bad, I understood that help command http://forum.niosforum.com/work2/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif  

So, can anybody tell me how to use the ftp to exchange files between my PC and my board ? 

 

Thnx
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Hi, 

 

well, till now I didn&#39;t succeed making ftpd work as a server, but I could connect to via an ftp server from windows or linux and it works fine. 

If you want some details on the subcommand of ftpd you can find it in the help of windows (look for ftp) or in ftp man pages under linux. 

 

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HI  

I have meet the same problem. but I have asscess the ftp service of WINDOWS xp .using the ftp in nios2 . 

You can try to use the FTP for transfer data . if you don&#39;t understand how to do . pls contact me !
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originally posted by alex.liu@Mar 7 2006, 07:23 AM 

hi  

i have meet the same problem. but i have asscess the ftp service of windows xp .using the ftp  in nios2 . 

    you can try to use the ftp  for transfer data . if  you  don&#39;t understand  how to do . pls contact me ! 

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Hi, 

in fact I didn&#39;t figure out how to use the ftpd of µClinux to transfer files to and from windows, so if you tell me how did you proceed it will be really nice from your part http://forum.niosforum.com/work2/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wink.gif  

 

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Hi, 

in fact I didn&#39;t figure out how to use the ftpd of µClinux to transfer files to and from windows, so if you tell me how did you proceed it will be really nice from your part http://forum.niosforum.com/work2/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wink.gif  

 

Regards 

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First you shoudl install a ftp service software in windows .i install Serv-U in my company. next i setup a ftp service in windows .  

second you should port the FTP apps into the NIOSII . and the boot you uClinux  

third  

you can use the ftp to access the FTP service . 

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you wil find it will need a id and password to enter the FTP service .
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Hi, 

 

connecting from windows to the board via ftp is easy to do and you don&#39;t even need a third party tool, the ftp command is included in windows (simply type ftp in an msdos window). What&#39;s bothering me is to connect from the µClinux command line (command ftpd) with either a linux or windows terminal. In fact after launching the command ftpd 192.168.xxx.xxx you get an invite message but when you type stat to get the status you find yourself connected to 0.0.0.0 ! 

 

Warm Regards
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I have updated to use the Microtronix&#39;s port of inetd and ftpd. 

Please check post#50 of the buildroot guide. 

 

seach on google "how to setup ftpd". and, 

http://www.gnu.org/software/inetutils/inetutils.html (http://www.gnu.org/software/inetutils/inetutils.html)
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originally posted by hippo@Mar 15 2006, 06:37 AM 

i have updated to use the microtronix&#39;s port of inetd and ftpd. 

please check post#50 of the buildroot guide. 

 

seach on google "how to setup ftpd". and, 

http://www.gnu.org/software/inetutils/inetutils.html (http://www.gnu.org/software/inetutils/inetutils.html

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ok hippo, 

thanks for the information. 

 

Warm Regards
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